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Sony will be making a major photography-related announcement tomorrow morning at 10:00AM ET.
Amazingly, Sony has managed to keep the contents of this announcement under wraps (at the time of writing this) and we have no specifications or other information to share. The years of Sony leaking things for hype appear to be over.
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Peak Design has managed to raise $9,500,000 USD (and counting) on their latest campaign for a revolutionary travel tripod. If you want in on the preorder savings, you have 3 days left to save. The next availability will be at full retail price.
A new Canon patent for in-body image stabilization has appeared, and it looks like it is being worked on for DSLRs as well. This is the first time we’ve seen evidence of IBIS appearing in a mirror slapper.
Northlight says this patent deals with compositional issues and vignetting that could arise when the sensor moves for stability.
Could we see this in an upcoming DSLR? I think that would be a good thing for the EOS lineup, perhaps we’ll see it in the upcoming EOS 90D or EOS-1D X Mark III.
The present invention works as a lens hood function at the time of shooting and as a lens protection function at the time of non-shooting, thus eliminating the need for lens cap attachment / removal and barrier opening / closing operations. .
SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of “SIGMA fp,” the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless digital camera*. The SIGMA fp incorporates a 35mm full-frame Bayer sensor with 24.6 effective megapixels in a compact body, and boasts great versatility and scalability that allows mixing-and-matching of a variety of interchangeable lenses and accessories. It is a camera that is casual enough to take anywhere, anytime, and high-spec enough for serious still and cine shooting in the highest image quality, all in a robust and classy body.
SIGMA is getting ready to announce three new lenses for the Leica SL and Sony FE full-frame lens mounts. There are rumours these lenses will also be announced for Canon’s RF mount, but we haven’t seen solid confirmation for that as of yet.